(2014 c20) GKD Stately Flowers 1

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERADTP: Direct to Paper inking is one of my favorite techniques and I used it in my project today.  To create the  background paper, I stamped with the bluebonnet stamp from Stately Flowers 1 by Melanie Muenchinger found at Gina K Designs on StampTV.  I then sponged with Tim Holtz Distress inks. For the focal flowerI heat embossed with black EP  and painted with Pearlescent water colors by Artist’s Loft found at Michaels.  I then sponged around all edges with Frayed Burlap Distress Ink by Tim Holtz.   Focal was cut out using Marvelous Squares Nestabilities by Spellbinders.

The sentiment was cut out using Timeless Rectangle Nestabilities by Spellbinders.

Challenges Entered:

StampTV:  STV14MON13 – Celebrate Spring

ModSquadChallengeBlog:  DIY – Make your own Background

MyFavoriteThings:  Color Palette Ch #4Print

ABlogNamedHero:  Ch#41 – Build a Background & use a sentiment

VsSweetIdeas:  VSC Ch #22 – Technique

STAMPlorations:  April Challenge – Stamps and your Favorite Technique

LovesRubberSpampsChallenge:  Ch #97 – Anything Goes

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8 Comments

  1. marcelle baldwin

    Wow! This is very pretty Lagene! Love it!

  2. Beautiful card!! The repeat stamping looks so great in the background and the embossing and colouring of the focal flower really makes it stand out. Thank you for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog!!

  3. Hi Lagene! [insert wave] How have you been!! Very pretty card and gorgeous background – Thanks for joining in with STAMPlorations!

  4. I love the image you used. Thanks for playing at Loves Rubberstamps.

  5. Very lovely card. Thanks for joining the fun at Loves Rubberstamps.

  6. lstein0

    Great job. Thanks for joining the A Blog Named Hero challenge!

  7. wonderful card, love the embossing. Thanks for joining us at STAMPlorations

  8. Fabulous card- thanks for playing along with STaMPlorations.

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